Lawyer David Jaroslawicz wouldn't comment on the terms of the settlement, saying only that the case had been "resolved and discontinued."
The therapists claimed at the time that they were called to give massages at the Jets training camp and to various players individually, "until they ran afoul of Favre.
"During the 2008 preseason, the lawsuit alleged, the now-retired three-time NFL MVP sent another woman a text message asking to get together with her and Scavo, followed by another text saying, “I guess I have bad intentions.”
"After Scavo’s husband asked Favre to apologize, she and O’Toole lost gigs with the Jets, the suit claimed. They were seeking unspecified damages."
Lawyers for Favre and the Jets refused comment.
The Jets have said O'Toole and Scavo worked for the team for a combined total of five days over two years, making $2,300 in all, and were never guaranteed ongoing work.
The team wasn't told about the women's concerns and simply turned to other massage therapists after its training facility moved in 2008, its officials and lawyers have said in court filings.
“I feel like this guy [Brett Favre] tried to screw my fucking family,” the husband of one of the victim said. “He’s a fucking scumbag.”
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